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Cooke & Lewis Solarna White L-shaped Front Bath panel (W)1500mm

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Cooke & Lewis Solarna White L-shaped Front Bath panel (W)1500mm
£60
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Product details

Product information

  • Compatible with 1500 mm L bath only
  • Only fixings included
  • Guarantee - 2 years
  • Fitting instructions included

Features and benefits

Add the finishing touches to your bathroom with this bath front panel from Cooke & Lewis. Made from durable and strong 30 mm thick acrylic and finished in gloss white, you can hide away unsightly plumbing without compromising on style

  • Acrylic panel specifically designed to fit the 1500mm L Shaped Showerbath
  • Reversible to fit both left or right handed bath
  • Gloss white finish adds a contemporary look whilst hiding unsightly pipework

Specifications

BrandCooke & Lewis
ColourWhite
MaterialHigh-impact polystyrene (HIPS)
Pack quantity1
Product height510mm
Product shapeL-shaped
Product thickness20mm
Product width1500mm
RangeSolarna
Product code3663602250890

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1.33 / 5(3 reviews)

Dosnt fit the bath!

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Paul422spark - 1 month ago

Same as the other review poor quality and dosnt fit the bath it’s supposed to go on!

poor

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deank2513 - 10 months ago

just more poor quality stuff B and Q push out to the public

Doesn't fit, overpriced for what it is.

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InsertNameHere - 1 year ago

So it was just a bath panel, I figured I'd save myself a headache and include it, it's become a bigger headache than just making a panel out of ply myself. Had to be cut to fit because it doesn't go on the bath otherwise, hopefully that wont end up turning into a split but it may do who knows. Then I have to find a way to silicone it in place which means I'm going to have to wedge something just right against it to hold it in place as it is wonky and keeps popping out at one end. God knows how I'm going to properly do that as the whole point of a panel is to sit in place itself, there's no structure behind it to brace it against, so if you try to put pressure on it it pops under the bath. Somehow someday I hope to get this held in place, if you haven't bought one, save yourself the effort.